Castañer Carina Negro
Castañer’s Carina Negro wedges are the label’s most iconic style and were originally commissioned by Yves Saint Laurent in the 1970s. They're crafted with canvas on the toe, heel counter and ankle straps and have a classic jute and cotton wedge.
The Castañer family has been reinventing the espadrille since 1927. In the late ‘60s, the brand gained prominence after creating the first jute-soled wedge for Yves Saint Laurent – an iconic summer style.